Tag Archives: Sun

The real digital horror story facing UK newspapers

We all know that UK newspapers are taking a beating from online in the battle for advertising despite all the money they have spent boosting their own digital products. But the stark truth is laid bare in the following article ...

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What does the next decade hold for Rupert Murdoch, 80 today?

Common wisdom says that media magnate Rupert Murdoch, 80 today, is tidying up his empire with retirement in mind, hence the bid to buy the 61 per cent of pay-TV broadcaster BSkyB his News Corporation doesn’t already own. And the ...

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Why will no-one tell the truth about News of the World phone hacking?

Well they just won’t will they? Here’s Roy Greenslade’s account from the Guardian today and he knows whereof he speaks because he used to be a senior editorial executive on the Sun (also, like the News of the World owned ...

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New Indy i is “irrelevant, ill-conceived and ill-fated,” says Marketing Week columnist Mark Ritson

All the way from Australia where the voluble marketing columnist toils as associate professor of marketing at Melbourne Business School, University of Melbourne. Well it’s hardly Harvard is it? Anyway Ritson is a good writer but his damning put-down of ...

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Golden oldie El Tel spearheads Sun’s World Cup campaign

Former England football manager Terry Venables is on good terms with the Sun newspaper these days (he’s a columnist) although it hasn’t always been thus as he’s taken a fair bit of stick from the unreliable tabloid over the years ...

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